ISKCON Kolkata Bhakti Vriksha

ISKCON Kolkata Bhakti Vriksha Poster

Main concepts of the Bhakti-Vriksha Program:

In Shri Caitanya-caritamrita, Lord Caitanya and His movement are compared to the tree of devotion, the bhakti-vriksha. Srila Prabhupada writes in his summary of chapter nine of Adi-lila:

“It is figuratively described that both the tree itself and the trunk of the tree are Shri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.… The tree surrounds the entire world, and the flowers of the tree are to be distributed to everyone. In this way the tree of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu intoxicates the entire world.”

Srila Prabhupada also says,

“Our International Society for Krsna Consciousness is one of the branches of the Caitanya tree.” (Caitanya-caritamrita, Adi 9.18)

Every small group of ISKCON’s congregation is therefore a branch of the branch, stemming from the bhakti-vriksha (the tree of bhakti) of Lord Caitanya. The Bhakti-vriksha group is a type of Nama-hatta group that is especially geared toward branching out. Just as in a tree, a branch of a certain thickness branches off into two; and the branching process continues until the tree has thousands and thousands of branches, all connected to the main root. Lord Caitanya is the original root, and even one single branch from the Caitanya tree can grow and form thousands of sub-branches, small twigs, leaves, and so on.

We are part of the Caitanya tree. This is the ISKCON branch, and Srila Prabhupada is our connection.

Lord Caitanya said,

“I order every man within this universe to accept this Krsna consciousness movement and distribute it everywhere.”
(Caitanya-caritamrita, Adi 9.36)

The Bhakti-vriksha Program is meant to enable everyone to practice, to grow, and to preach the process of bhakti-yoga. By practicing, the devotee will grow in Krsna consciousness. He or she should also learn how to help others in their Krsna consciousness, so that they will be able to preach to new people. The Bhakti-vriksha Program provides association and spiritual community support, and when the new devotee becomes strong he should preach. One cannot carry out Lord Caitanya’s orders without preaching.

To achieve this in a systematic way requires a great stress on training, on all levels, and on all aspects of practice and preaching. To be successful, the Bhakti-vriksha Program needs to implement a “culture of training.” It is a brahminical, Vaishnava effort, dealing with people’s hearts and minds. It needs ongoing training of every member of every group—by seminars and courses, by practical engagement and philosophical study, by personal development, and by preaching experiences.

Lord Caitanya said,

A Bhakti-vriksha group is a small number of congregational devotees who meet every week to practice Krsna consciousness and to plan preaching activities. In these Bhakti-vriksha groups, the devotees learn how to nourish their spiritual creeper and to cultivate their service attitude in cooperation with others. Every group member is also active in preaching and in bringing new people into the group. Upon reaching fifteen members, the group divides into two. This system keeps the groups small, thus maintaining an intimate atmosphere of personal care and nurturing, which is not possible in large groups. The members help each other under the supervision of a servant-leader and a trainee servant-leader. The trainee servant-leader is being trained and groomed to become the future group leader after the group multiplies into two. Multiplying adds life and increases preaching momentum, compelling new leaders to take initiative. When the group multiplies, the servant-leader continues to supervise one group, while the trainee servant-leader then begins to supervise the other group as a servant-leader. And both of them appoint a new trainee servant-leader.

The group is part of a greater organization of many groups, connected to the temple or to the congregational preaching directorate. The groups are supervised, and the members are guided through a systematic program of training and various extra-curricular spiritual activities.

About small groups, Lord Caitanya said:

dasa-panca mili’ nija dvarete basiya kirtana koroho sabe hate tali diya

“I want five or ten of you to sit together on your doorsteps and chant the holy names congregationally, clapping your hands.”
(Caitanya-bhagavata, Madhya 23.79)

Srila Prabhupada indicated that the way to care for many people is to divide them into groups and delegate leadership to the more advanced:

“That is the way of Indian teaching—that there is one teacher, and how he’s managing hundreds? That means there are groups. One who is elderly student, he’s taking some beginners: ‘Write a or A like this.’ That he can teach. What he has learned he can teach. Similarly, next group, next group. So in this way, one teacher can manage hundreds of students of different categories. This is organization. Not that everything I have to do, I cannot teach anybody to do it. That is not intelligence. Intelligence is that employ others to help you. That is intelligence. Not that “Oh, I was busy. I could not do it.” Why? What about your assistant? Train assistant so that in your absence things can be done.… Everyone should be teacher and student.”
(Conversation, Paris, 31 July 1976)

Although the group leader takes care of all the members, each new member is also individually supervised by a personal guide, someone who has walked a few steps ahead in his spiritual journey. When a new person joins the Bhakti-vriksha group, the group leader assigns the new person to a particular devotee, to offer association and guidance. This system ensures that the advancement and training of the new devotee is closely monitored. The guide does not have to be super advanced; he might have been practicing for only a few months. This system also gives the guide the chance to repeat what he knows, thus deepening his understanding and realization.

The meeting has six parts: association, kirtana, japa, discussion, preaching reports and plans, and, finally, prasada. Bhakti-vriksha groups meet every week, on a weekday, in the home of one of the members. However, belonging to a group does not simply mean to attend the weekly meeting; being part of the Bhakti-vriksha Program is a lifestyle. Even after the weekly get-together, the members act as friends, keep in touch with each other, and participate in outreach programs and preaching excursions.

In the weekly meeting, instead of having a formal lecture, the group discusses a particular aspect of the philosophy. Everyone participates and is encouraged to share his understanding of the subject, his realizations, and how to apply that particular knowledge in one’s life. This helps to involve everyone and to make the meeting highly interactive and engaging.

Another characteristic aspect of the weekly meeting is the preaching section, during which the group discusses the preaching activities of the past week and plans for future outreach engagements. Sometimes, instead of the usual meeting, the group organizes a special outing. But the basis of the regular life of the group is the weekly meeting.

Besides the weekly meeting of each individual group, on Sundays all the groups in the same area join together. This can be in the temple or in any other suitable place, especially if the temple is too small, too far away, or there is no temple in the area.

In these larger gatherings, the focus is on bigger kirtanas, lectures by expert preachers, and training sessions for specific areas of responsibility. This is a different experience of Vaishnava community.

On special occasions, such as Gaura-purnima, Janmastami, or Ratha-yatra, all the groups of the city, or sometimes of the whole country, join together for a grand festival.

Larger gatherings provide the joy and inspiration of practicing Krsna consciousness together with hundreds and thousands of devotees, an experience not available in the intimate setting of the single group. A devotee needs both. Large public programs also give the opportunity to group members to contact and attract many potential new devotees.

All three experiences of community—in a small group, in a larger gathering, and at a big festival—are essential in the life of the devotee. The small group gives the opportunity to share deeply and intimately with close friends. The weekend Sunday Feast or gathering of the groups provides the chance to enthusiastically celebrate with many devotees. Celebrations like Ratha-yatra or the Mayapur-Vrindavana Festival in India, offer the great inspiration of seeing Krsna consciousness practiced by thousands and shared with the masses.

The structure of the Bhakti-vriksha Program follows the same format as Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s Nama-hatta organization. It is a pyramidal structure, with the groups at the base. It resembles the banyan tree described in the Bhagavad-gita: the root is up and the branches are down.

Every few groups are supervised by a sector-servant. A few sector-servants are supervised by a circle-servant (up to this level they are all congregational devotees), and so on, for as many levels are needed.

The idea is having close supervision and accountability at all levels. The mood of every leader on any level must be to serve the devotees under his care. A higher position means serving more devotees.

In the broad strategy of congregational preaching there are three phases:

• Contacting
• Cultivating and building lasting relationships
• Commitment

These three phases lead the new person to make a firm commitment to Krsna consciousness by joining a Bhakti-vriksha group, or sometimes a temple ashram, wherein the new devotee is systematically engaged in advancing and preaching.

Everyone—whether residing in a temple or of the congregation—can participate in this preaching strategy. All can help in developing the congregation and making more devotees, by contacting new people and taking their address, by cultivating and building lasting relationships with them, and by training them. The third phase is a committed engagement, such as joining a Bhakti-vriksha group. The atmosphere of such groups may be too intense for some of the very new people, for they may require more time to become familiar with the Krsna conscious lifestyle and values.

On the 1st of June 1969, Srila Prabhupada wrote to Tamala Krsna Maharaja:

“The boys and girls from the neighborhood coming to help the temple activities is the good result of our attempts. The temple center is started just to present example to the neighboring residents how they can make a small temple in each and every home. It is not necessary that hundreds and thousands of people will live in our temple, but if we can make effective propaganda, then the neighboring residents, householders, will be inclined to be initiated and follow the modes of temple life. So you encourage the visitors, boys and girls as well as married couples, to understand the value of life and how they can peacefully and happily live if they follow the routine worship method in the temple and establish this in their home to be happy in all respects.”

The temple should be a place where people learn how to worship, learn about Krsna consciousness, and learn how to take up the process of Krsna consciousness and apply it in their own home. If the temple remains only a monastic base for renounced preachers, it risks being sidelined.

We should be careful to ensure that the congregation does not feel neglected and unsupported by the temple. It is important for the temple to take proactive steps for directing the growth of the congregation. When congregational devotees feel such encouraging reciprocation from the temple, they will naturally reciprocate by giving their allegiance and support to the temple. But if the congregation is neglected, they will fail to see the relevance of the temple in their life, and thus their support might dwindle. If the temple becomes the heartbeat, the root of the Bhakti-vriksha tree, providing inspiration, training, and support for Bhakti-vriksha preachers and the congregation, the members will be inspired to come to the temple and to support its activities. The temple will get tremendous benefit from an expanding, enthusiastic, and supportive congregation.

The small Bhakti-vriksha groups augment all the temple programs—Sunday Feasts, festivals, classes, and kirtanas. The Deities and Their worship are naturally the center of the Vaishnava community. The temple’s role is to be a place of pilgrimage, a center of spiritual activities for the whole community, where various samskaras, ceremonies, weddings, and festivities are held, where people come to get rid of material contamination and become equipped to deal with the mundane world in their everyday life.

The first Bhakti-vriksha groups are like children who need encouragement and attention. Initially, someone from the temple must give regular input to develop things properly. In congregational development, supervision is always essential, to ensure that all groups are properly engaged and do not deviate from ISKCON’s high standards. As more levels of responsibility are added, there is less need for direct supervision from the temple.

Temple leaders are invited to see the huge potential of the Bhakti-vriksha Program. They are requested to initiate and supervise its growth. The temples and the whole of ISKCON will benefit from the Bhakti-vriksha strategy.

List of Bhakti Vriksha Centres


Cicle Leader – HG Mohan Govind Prabhu (9830774588) & HG Lila Viharini Mataji (9830498197)
Active Acres, Tower 4, Flat#2A.Sunday11:30 AM – 01:00 PMHindiJaydeep Pr8336947267
Kasba Picnic Garden
145 C Dr GS Bose Road 1st Floor
Kolkata 700039
Saturday07:00 PM – 09:00 PMBengaliHG Kalindipati
Brajesh Pr
Bhaktivedanta Research Centre
(Gita Bhavan) 110A,
Motilal Nehru Rd, Dover Terrace,
Ballygunge, Kolkata-29 opp lohapatti
Sunday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMHindiHG Sanatani
Padma Mataji
GreenField City Community Hall,
Shibrampur, Behala,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700141
Saturday06:00 PM – 08:00 PMBengali/
Amitabh Nag Pr9830496171
JanbazarRaniRashmoni Bhavan, AmarMedview,
Bus-Stop: Janbazar,
20B, SN Banerjee Road,
Kolkata 700013
Sunday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMBengali/
Amitabh Nag Pr9830496171
KhidirpurShree Jagannath Mandir, Bus-Stop:
Khidderpore Tram Depot,
Dock Eastern Boundary Road,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700023
Sunday11:00 AM – 01:00 PMBengali/
Amitabh Nag Pr9830496171
Lal Bazar293 Bepin Behari Ganguly Street . Kolkata : 700012Sunday06:00 PM – 08:30 PMHindiHG Deen Taran Pr9339100765
Strand Road , Fort William,
Hastings (Princep Ghat) . Kol:700021
Sunday06:30 AM – 08:30 AMHindiHG Deen Taran Pr9339100765
RashbihariBRC (Gita Bhavan) 110A, Motilal Nehru Rd,
Dover Terrace, Ballygunge, Kolkata – 29
(Shishu Mangal Hospital Bus Stop – Lohapatty)
Sunday04:30 PM – 06:30 PMHindiHG Apurvanand
Krishna Pr
67/1,b Barrackpur Trunk Road (B.T.Road) paikpara.
Kolkata 700002.
Sunday09.30 AM – 11:30 AMHindiHG Suman
Gaurangi Mataji
Sovabazar38,Sovabazar street, kol-700005,
Hathkhola, near Radha govind bhawan
Sunday09.00 AM – 11:00 AM /
04:30 PM – 06.30 PM
HindiHG Rajkumar
Kesav Pr
Shyambazar, Bata4/1 Bhabanath Sen street Shyambazar opposite Baghbazar Bata Kol-4Saturday06:00 PM – 07:30 PMHindiHG Nandakumar Krishna Pr8777247263
College Street Thanthania81/1 Madan Mohan Barman St. Kolkata -700007, Opposite Bank of Baroda.Sunday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMHindiPankajnetra Das9830402340
College Street Medical College21 Surendralal Pyne Lane, 2nd Floor, Off College St., Kolkata – 700012Saturday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMHindiSashi Jaiswal7980446997
Entally Ramlila Maidan64/1 Middle Road Kolkata 14 (Only Matajis)Thursday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMHindiIndira Yadav9883049855
Russel StreetOpposite Meghalaya House (Only Matajis)Wednesday04:30 PM – 06:00 PMHindiHG LilaViharini Mataji9830498197
Theater Road, Embassy BuildingFlat 7H, Embassy Building, 4 Theater Road, Kol – 700071 (Only Matajis)Thursday06:30 PM – 08:00 PMEnglishHG Supriya Lalita Mataji9830118298
KudghatKudghat, 46/1 Nandalal Mitra Lane, Ashok Nagar, Tollygunge, Kolkata 700040Saturday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMBengaliHG Suvarna Gaur Pr6291150087
MominpurKHIDIRPUR, 14 KARL MARK SARANI, OPPOSITE AMERICAN WAFFLE HOUSE, KOLKATA 700023 (Only Matajis)Thursday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMHindiHG LilaViharini Mataji9830498197
Ballygunge Circular Road110, Dover Terrace, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700029Sunday03:00 PM – 06:00 PMEnglish/HindiHG Mohan Govind Pr9830774588
HG Radhapati Vamshidhari Prabhu (9831951699) & HG Sripada Radharani Mataji (8334895100)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
BataitalaShantikunj Apartment Block – 2, 3rd Floor Onkarmal Jatia Road Haora (M.Corp) Howrah, Bataitala WB 711103Thursday07:00 PM – 09:00 PMHindiRajesh Arora Pr9878223072
Bichali GhatBeside HP Petrol Pump Opp Laxmi Aqua Foreshore Road Shibpur Howrah 711102Sunday08.00 AM – 10.00 AMHindiHG Radhapati Vamsidhari Pr9831951699
Liluah249 H Gt Road Triveni Mansion Flat No 508 5th Floor Liluah Howrah Near Jaiswal Hospital Pin 711204Friday07:00 PM – 09:00 PMHindiDanish Mehra Pr7003090766
Nandi Bagan77 GT Road North Salkia 3rd Floor Near Ouria Para More HowrahSunday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMHindiArun Bagoria Pr9874741000
Vivek ViharVivek Vihar, Phase-4 Block-2 , Flat no.-4D Shibpur, HowrahSunday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMHindiMahesh Agarwal Pr7003010843


Circle Leader – HG Adhokshaja Madhav Prabhu (9830021829) & HG Induekha Mataji (9830021827)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of
Timing of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
Club Town Dum DumClub Town Estates, 87 Dumdum Road, Block – 2, Flat ‐5C, Kolkata ‐ 700074Sunday11.00 AM – 12.30 PMHindiArun Agarwal Pr9331022438
Diamond City NorthDiamond City North Block – 16, Flat – 2B 68, Jessore Road Kolkata ‐ 700055Wednesday02.00 PM – 04.00 PMHindiArchana Agarwal Mataji9830621761
Lake Town Kalindi1, Swamiji Sarani, Goala Bagan, Jessore Road, Near Tentultalla Bus Stopage, Besides Zudio Shopping mall, Kolkata ‐ 700089Saturday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMHindiAjay Poddar Pr9874197896
Natural CityNatural City, Block – J, Flat – 2D, 2nd Floor, 43, Shyam Nagar Road, Near Dumdum Park, Kolkata ‐ 700055Sunday11.00 AM – 01.00 PMHindiSantosh Goel Mataji8981589009
Salt Lake BE 152BE ‐152, Salt Lake City, 1st Floor, Kolkata ‐ 700064Saturday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Karthiknatha Krisna Pr9007769451
Salt Lake, BF 68BF ‐ 68, Salt Lake City Kolkata ‐ 700064Sunday11.00 AM – 01.00 PMHindiHG Srisangita Radha Mataji9874030382
Salt Lake, DL 77DL – 77, Salt Lake, Sector ‐2, Opposite Tank No. 10, Near DL Park Community Hall, Kolkata ‐ 700091Sunday08.30 AM – 10.30 AMHindiHG Adhoksaja Madhav Pr9830021829
Silver Oak EstateSilver Oak Estate Kali Park, Rajarhat Road, Flat No. 3025, Kolkata ‐ 700136Monday & Thursday10.30 AM – 12.30 PMHindiArchana Agarwal Mataji9830621761


Circle Leader – HG Vinay Govind Prabhu (9830405123) & HG Rangadevi Priya Mataji (9836205560)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
Bansdroni268 Bandipur Road Bansdroni, Kolkata 700070 Near Khasmahal Khelar Math Nearest Metro NETAJI(Kudghat)Wednesday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliSushital Saha Pr9433111440
BatanagarNungi, Berapara, Batanagar 700140Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliAntara Mataji7980773040
BehalaParnasree Green Near Behala Flying Club Block 5 Flat 3 KSunday09.00 AM – 11:00 AMHindiMeenu Singhania Mataji8100787443
Ganesh Chandra Avenue32/2A Nirmal Chandra Street Opposite SBI Subodh Mullick Square Branch. Near Hind Inox Crossing 3rd Floor Kolkata 700012Wednesday05:30 PM – 7:30 PMBengaliHG Vinay Govind Pr9830405123
TollygungeFlat 1C, Gajraj Shree Apts 54A Tollygunj Circular Road Kolkata 700053 (Srila Prabhupada Birthplace)Friday04:30 PM – 06:30 PMHindiKavita Lodha Mataji9831983653
Tollygunge, Gajraj Shree Apts.Flat 1C, Gajraj Shree Apts 54A Tollygunj Circular Road Kolkata 700053Saturday05:30 PM – 07:30 PMEnglishHG Supriya Radhika Mataji9836667523


Circle Leader – HG Parthasarathi Prabhu (8240305919) & HG Rasikeswari Mataji (8240809264)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguage
Garfa (Jadavpur)22/4 Kalitala Road,P.O – Haltu.P.S.-Garfa Kolkata -700078.Friday05:00 PM – 06:30 PM & 07:00 PM – 08:30 PMBengali
Kasba165,Santipalli,BF-67, Kolkata -700107.Sunday04:30 PM – 06:30 PM & 07:00 PM – 08:30 PMBengali
Picnic Garden35/1 bediadanga Masjid bari lane.Thursday05.00 PM – 07.00 PMBengali
Salimpur (Dhakuria)108/D, Salimpur Road, Dhakuria. (near Salimpur Railway level crossing). Kolkata 700031.Monday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMBengali
SubhasgramBhawanipur P.O Subhasgram,P.S. Sonarpur.West Bengal -700147Saturday05.00 PM – 07.00 PMBengali


SRI SRI RADHA GOVIND MANDIR (3C Albert Road, Minto Park, Kolkata – 700017)
VenueDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguagePreacherContact
CDC HallSaturday07.00 AM – 09.00 AMHindiHG Mohan Govind Pr9830774588
LibrarySaturday04.00 PM – 06.00 PMBengaliHG Kripanidhi Pr9007577036
CDC OfficeSaturday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMEnglishHG Prem Caitanya Pr8420002603
Ground FloorSaturday05.00 PM – 07.00 PMBengaliHG Ajay Krishna Pr8240351552
CDC HallSaturday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Palak Partha Sarathi Pr9231507454
LibrarySunday11.00 AM – 01.00 PMBengaliHG Ajay Krishna Pr8240351552
LibrarySunday02.00 PM – 04.00 PMBengaliHG Ajay Krishna Pr8240351552
Ground FloorSunday03:00 PM – 04:30 PMBengaliHG Navayogendra Pr8240357410
WWF OfficeSunday04:00 PM – 06:00 PMBengaliHG Palak Partha Sarathi Pr9231507454
LibrarySunday04.00 PM – 06.30 PMBengaliHG Saranga Pr6291456589
Ground FloorSunday05:00 PM – 06:30 PMBengaliHG Krishna Namamrita Pr8420002628
CDC HallSunday05:00 PM – 06:30 PMBengaliHG Navayogendra Pr8240357410
CDC HallSunday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliHG Surapati Jagannath Pr7980404769
LibraryThursday04.00 PM – 06.00 PMHindiHG Krishna Namamrita Pr8420002628
CDC HallWednesday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMHindiHG Mahadham Vrindavan Pr8240813629


Circle Leader – HG Adhokshaja Madhav Prabhu (9830021829) & HG Induekha Mataji (9830021827)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
Beliaghata Sunrise HeightsSunrise heights. 134A, Beliaghata main road. Kolkata 700015. Flat 1702. Opposite Sales tax office.Sunday05.00 PM – 07.00 PMHindiHG Varadeswar Visnu Pr9830440253
Wood Street Govind MahalGovind Mahal. 3, Wood Street Kolkata 700017Saturday05:00 PM – 06:30 PMHindiHG Vrajapati Radhanath Pr9831175246
CIT Road Nihon Apts.Nihon Apartments. 26B, Dr. Suresh Sarkar Road. Kolkata 700014. Opposite Brishul Haat. C I T Road. Flat 5D. D Block.Sunday10:00 AM – 12:00 NOONHindiNavin Bachani9830310627
Beliaghata Oriental Palms ORIENTAL PALMS. 150 A, Beliaghata Main Road. Kolkata 700010. Flat 13D. Opposite Alo Chaya CinemaSunday10:00 AM – 12:00 NOONHindiPankaj Gupta7003447372


Circle Leader – HG Rajasuya Prabhu (8420002623)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
Motijheel58, Motijheel Avenue Girish Appartment 2nd Floor Flat no – 6 Kolkata – 74Wednesday05:30 PM – 07:00 PM & 07:00 PM – 08:30 PMBengaliHG Damini Gopika Mataji8910589808
Haltu4/9 Jadabgar. Haltu. Kolkata – 700078. Haltu School Road. Near by – opposite of Coolfi Ice Cream factory.Saturday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliPiyali Paul Mataji7439236626
Jessore RoadC8 1204, Emami City 2, Jessore Road, Goalpark, Kokata – 700028Saturday07.00 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliHG Vilasini Radha Mataji9830773467
Nangi, Budge BudgeH/O- Professor Subhas Saha. Nangi station road. Bata Nagar. Badamtala. Kol-700140. Near by Paul Drug House & Lili sari centre.Sunday04.30 PM – 06.30 PMBengaliShankar Prabhu9831655489
Park Circus3C, Mahendra Chatterjee Lane. Bamunpara Bazar. Park Circus. Kolkata – 700046. Near by – Sani Graharaj TempleFriday06.30 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Smita Gopika Mataji9674485989
Dhakuriya25, Gariahat Road South. Dhakuriya Kol – 31. Near Modern Academy School. Opp. of Dhakuriya Indian oil Petrol pumpThursday06.00 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliHG Kalparupini Mataji9903396705
Charu Market, Tollygunge74T, Sultan Alam Road 22 Bangashree Colony Kol-33. Charu Market Bus Stop. Near Bangasree Kali Mandir & Tollygunge Rly StnSunday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMBengaliHG Karuna Sindhu Pr9832072441
Lake Town (2)821 Lake Town, Block -A Kolkata:700089Sunday05:00 PM – 06:30 PMBengaliHG Charu Nandini Mataji9088261027
Lake Town (1)62/A- Saratchatterjee Road. Kol -89. PO+PS – Lake Town.Saturday05:00 PM – 07:00 PMBengaliHG Rupavati Radhika Mataji9748021678
Circle Leader – HG Palak Partha Sarathi Prabhu (9231507454)
Bhakti VrikshaAddressDay of ClassTiming of ClassLanguageServant LeaderContact
Howrah Chatterjeehat75/1/1 Sarat Chatterjee road Howrah-4 (Howrah Chatterjeehat, Ramrajatala, Santaragachi)Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Rukmini rupavati Mataji9875341866
Gournagar Adarsha pollyAA – Adarsha polly near P.O. Gouranga Nagar, P.S. Baguiati, Dst. North 24 parganas Kolkata 159Saturday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Sucharu Vishnupriya Mataji8981637762
Gournagar Sarada Polly17/1,Sarada Polly P.O. Gouranga Nagar, P.S. New Town, Dst. North 24 parganas Kolkata 162Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Sadgun Gourhari Pr9231855771
Dumdum Vidhan Park82A, Bidhan park Kolkata 90Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Talban Krishna Balaram Pr9231675512
Barahanagar2/8, Neogi para road barahanagar Kolkata – 36Saturday07.00 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliHG Param Narsimha Pr9477165179
Jadavpur Kalikapur109/1, ‘Krishna Kuthir’ Kalikapur Road near Laxmi Narayan Sangha Khalar Math Kolkata – 99Friday08.30 PM – 09.30 PMBengaliHG Premanjan Netai Pr8240884224
Santoshpur137, Purbadiganta, Teen Kanya Apartment, Flat A2, Kolkata – 75Sunday07.30 PM – 09.00 PMBengaliHG Namamrita Mataji8961372905
MukundapurBuder Hat, P.O. Mukundapur, Kolkata – 99Tuesday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Dayasindhu Pr9748927550
Bansdroni Pir Pukur1/25/B, Vivekanand park evergreen apartment, P.O. macedroni peerpukur Kolkata – 70Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Kashiswar Chaitanya Pr9038357067
Beleghata Barwari Tala RoadB/44/H/2,Barwari Tala Road near Kalyan Sangha or Santi Sangha Girls School Kolkata – 10Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Vijay Vilas Pr9830596550
Maniktala237K, Maniktala Main Road, Opposite Bagmari Bazar Mallick Lodge Gali, Kolkata – 54Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Taru Chaitanya Pr9830084373
Bowbazar B.B.Gangooly Street105, B.B.Gangooly Street Kolkata – 12Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Vinodini lila Mataji9674922968
Bowbazar Sashibhushan Dey Street26/1B, Sashibhushan Dey Street Kolkata – 12Wednesday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Surendra Balaram Pr8334803107
New Town Action areaAction area 2B, Street no.- 572, premises no.- 39, Kolkata – 156Sunday06.00 PM – 08.00 PMBengaliHG Nanda Dulal khanai Pr9831883113


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Garia Station & New GariaGaria Voice Youth center, 3rd Floor, Baroda Appartment, Near Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Toto Stand, Garia Kolkata-94Saturday & Sunday06:00 PM – 08:00PMBengali & HindiHG Mahadham Vrindavan Pr8240813629
Katjunagar (Jadavpur)D 35 Katjunagar Near South City Mall Kol-32Wednesday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliHG Viswambhar Gauranga Pr6289736539
Taran Kalibadi (Jadavpur)28/1 Ibrahimpur Road Lokenath Apartment 2nd FloorNear Taran Kalibadi Jadavapur Kolkata-32Thursday06.30 PM – 08.30 PMBengaliMousumi Thakur8777083156


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Bhaktivinode Asan60/12, Gouri Bari Ln, Manicktala, Khanna, Ward Number 15, Kolkata, West Bengal 700004Saturday05:00 PM – 06:00 PMBengaliHG Parananda Das9903000921
Bhaktivinode Asan60/12, Gouri Bari Ln, Manicktala, Khanna, Ward Number 15, Kolkata, West Bengal 700004Saturday07.00 PM – 08.00 PMEnglishHG Sundar Gopal Pr9051060240
Jodhpur Park1/302/A, Jodhpur Park, Kolkata 700068Sunday09:00 AM – 10:00 AM & 06:00 PM – 08:00 PMBengaliHG Aradhya Bhagavan Pr9432128270